African media reports revealed that the Zimbabwe Platinum Club decided to cancel the contract with 6 players before confronting Al-Ahly next Saturday in the fourth round of the group stage matches in the African Champions League competition, to support the team’s ranks with new deals during the current winter transfer period, after a series of successive defeats the team suffered in Continental competition.
And Zimbabwe champion Platinum occupies fourth and final place in the table of the second group without a score, after losing the three matches against the Sudanese Crescent and the Tunisian and Al Ahly coastal star, respectively.
The page mentioned “Africans Got FootballOn Facebook, the Zimbabwe Champion Platinum Club decided to dispense with the services of “Devon Shava, Mukhili Dubi, Alas Magalani, Albert Ondie, Charles Sibanda and Rodwell Shiningetri.”
Al-Ahly team climbed to second place in the ranking of its group in the African Champions League competition, after defeating Zimbabwe’s Platinum 2-0 in the match they gathered at Al-Salam stadium, within the round matches of the third round of the group stage, and the red duo Walid Suleiman scored in the ninth minute of an elaborate header in The 70th minute of a penalty.
Al-Ahly coach, Rene Filer, confirmed that the main goal of the match was achieved by winning three points against the Platinum team, despite the injury of more than one key player to the injury, explaining that the injuries that occurred were caused by bad luck and not because of the excessive loads as it was reported, and the Swiss coach added that it does not matter who He scores the goals, but the most important thing is to win in the end, and Fyler revealed that he respected the arbitration decisions, stressing that he had put together a shortlist of penalty kickers and left the freedom to choose the payee to the group on the field.
Al-Ahly is missing in the Platinum match for the efforts of his defender Saad Samir after he underwent surgery in Achilles Water, Germany, an injury that will keep the player out of the field for a period of not less than 8 months.